His success was not digestible for many in Malawia and south Africa as well. This went on to a criminal complaint on Bushiri. In an interview Prophet Bushiri explained and said, he handed himself to Pretoria west police on Saturday evening following a hunt by the rainbow nation’s law enforcers in connection with an alleged criminal complaint.
In an interview on Sunday, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri ministries director of communications Ephraim nyondo said that Bushiri went to the police station to give a statement after learning that police were looking for him.
He said that earlier police detectives went to Bushiri’s church, Enlightened Christian Gathering to get a caution statement but did not find him as he was in Malawi said nyondo: he hasn’t handed himself to police as such because he does not have any problem with the law. But the fact that a certain lady opened a case against the Prophet regarding a Prophecy the Prophet made about her in church.
‘The police just wanted to hear the side of the Prophet, but the Prophet was Malawi. He arrived in South Africa around the 6pm and after being notified about the police looking for him, he went straight to police to give the statement.
Further nyondo said Bushiri, who identifies himself as Major 1, made the said Prophecy about three years ago. He said the Prophet was accompanied to the police station by his lawyers. Bushiri has since denied the allegations made against hi, according to nyondo.
The women identified as lebogang mpane, pressed a criminal charge against the tycoon Prophet last month, saying Bushiri addressed her as a witch in one of his Prophetic sermons beamed live on television.
There were even false allegations on him that, Bushiri was apparently making so much money from his churches in that country that he was able to remit about 15 million rand a month back Malawi. They allege the money was taken out of South Africa in vehicles and his private jet. But he denied the claims, saying the claimants were paid by his enemies to concoct the allegations.